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By Paula Lombardi
On September 7, 2017 a Kitchener company pled guilty and was fined $265,000 for two counts of contravening the Ozone-Depleting Substances Regulations...
By Jane Sadler Richards
Often I walk to the back of our farm and stop at the river that flows through our property to enjoy the sound of the rapids.
By Kirsten Mikadze
A recent study has highlighted again concerns over the near-ubiquitous presence of microplastics in our water.
By Paula Lombardi
On May 27, 2014 two Ministry Officers attended the property as part of the Ministry's inspection program.
By Kirsten Mikadze
Municipalities are starting to focus on finding ways to reduce the pollution, traffic congestion, and other urban issues caused by an overabundance of cars on municipal streets.
By Kirsten Mikadze
It's not often that the worlds of reality television and environmental regulatory enforcement collide.
By Elizabeth Traynor
It's not news to readers of this blog that proving just cause for the dismissal of an employee is a high hurdle.
By Paula Lombardi
On August 16, 2017, Dalex Canada, pled guilty to one count of contravening the Tetrachloroethylene (Use in Dry Cleaning and Reporting Requirements) Regulations...
By Kirsten Mikadze
Canada, the United States, and Mexico are set to begin the re-negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement ("NAFTA") in August.
By Paula Lombardi
A coal mining company was fined approximately $4.5 million in federal and provincial penalties as a result of a spill from its tailings pond into tributaries flowing into the Athabasca River in Alberta.
By Jane Sadler Richards
You have a problem and you've talked to your legal representative. You promised to send them some pictures… Here are 3 things you should know.
By Kirsten Mikadze
A new treaty governing biodiversity and the use of nearly 50 per cent of the world's oceans, is inching closer to realisation.
By Amanda Shaw
Like any contract, an employment contract can be "frustrated" when continued performance of the contract becomes impossible or would be radically different because of a dramatic change in circumstances.
By Paula Lombardi
The contents of the washwater and mining waste including mercury, lead and other toxic waste.
By Kirsten Mikadze
In the latest twist in a long-standing saga, the Superior Court of Justice has ruled partially in favour of a landowner upon whose property in Kawartha Lakes an oil spill.
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